Although the press event that will officially take the wraps off Motorola's Moto X is still more than 10 days away, the first press shot of the Moto X was posted by publication The Unlockr earlier today, revealing a Nexus 4 like front design and the back curve and camera placement inspired by the HTC One. The device has got thin bezel on the sides and really less bezel at the bottom as well. Of course, navigation buttons are on-screen.
The device is rumored to pack a 4.3" or 4.7" HD (1280 x 720) display, Android 4.3 "Jelly Bean." The launcher looks a bit different, with a mid-level opacity of the navigation buttons background. The back looks like it's rubberized which should result in a comfortable and secure grip (no glass to break). The HTC One inspired back looks really impressive, and the press shot gives us a look at the rumored 10 MP ClearPixel rear camera, which we can't wait to see in action.
Motorola Moto X is scheduled for an August 1 reveal in the US.
|Topics||Motorola, Google, Nexus 4, Android 4.3, Moto X|